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care reform will now be harder to enact. >> we will raise taxes and it will hurt medicare and it will destroy jobs. >> i wish we were here with other and better news tonight. but we are not to request a somber picture from martha coakley, the candidate that many expected to succeed. >> we never lost our focus for our determination. you never demonstrated an ounce of discouragement or complacency, as far as i am concerned, in this campaign. >> her losses politically on measurable. -- her lost is politically unmeasurable. this will only create more drama and intrigue on capitol hill. >> health care reform is now less support without the 60 votes in the senate. it will be tougher for the democrats to get the legislation passed. >> enzi pelosi's insisted that health care reform will pass -- nancy pelosi insisted that health care reform will pass. >> thank you. the next question that many have on their mind is when will he take office? and they will not delay the swearing in process. senate democrats will rush through a health care bill before he comes to town. meanwhile, presi
the health care bill a mixed grade. medicare experts say would raise health-care spending slightly as a provides coverage for an additional 34 million americans, but over time, cost cutting measures would reduce the increases in health-care spending. >>> parking and some d.c. neighborhoods will cost more, even on saturdays. richard reeve is live in northwest with more on what drivers need to know. >> first of all, bring extra change. we're talking about $2 per hour parking. is not just georgetown, but many of the busiest neighborhoods. georgetown on a saturday night. heavy traffic, busy store fronts, packed parking. >> it is crazy. >> now paying for the parking spaces is more expensive. >> $2 per hour is a lot. >> the district is refitting parking meters in so-called primary zones like georgetown, adams morgan, and you street. >> it is outrageous. >> from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., the free districtwide saturday parking is now history. >> i think that was an attraction. >> d.c. officials say the new fee is still less than at new york, l.a., and chicago. >> i guess maybe less peopl
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